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Nov 21, 2013 11:00pm EST
of showers in the midwest. for now, north and west of us. north of pittsburg up towards detroit. behind that, it's serious arctic air. >> and another historic day for the market. the dow jones industrial average closing above 16,000 for the very first time. >> our economy is getting better. we see that in our markets. >> among the leaders, young text stocks like yelp up 239%. groupon up 96%. >>> we do know more about a tragic scene unfolding live during this news cast just 24 hours ago. >> we learned, a mother, her baby boy and her father died. scott returns to the scene today. >> dead are 40-year-old ben, his wife 42-year-old barbara geamerteli. and the couple's son. a survivor? the 5 year old daughter. >> we are investigating it as a murder suicide. >> at 8:15 last night the 5 year old went to a neighbor's home. >> the 5 year old was in the home. and the 5 year old did hide and was able to leave the home and go to the neighbor. >> complete strangers came with flowers stunned by the tragedy gee. >> worrying about this girl who lost her family. it's horrible. horrible. >> investigators havt
CBS
Nov 24, 2013 11:00pm EST
johnson. thanks for joining us. $125,000 in reward money now being offered tonight to person or persons who killed postal worker tyson barnett. the 26-year-old letter carrier shot and killed last night as he was making his rounds in the dark in landover, maryland. ken molestina was at the vigil tonight where co-workers said they had feared for this type of tragedy. >> reporter: if we can have a moment of silence. >> reporter: it was a moment of silence followed by a prayer. more than 100 of his closest co- workers gathered at the site of the murder to honor tyson barnett. the young man was gunned down as he delivered mail neheart goes out to him and his family. i understand that he had a little girl. certainly for her to go through her life without her dad will be unfortunate. >> reporter: this vigil is a somber one, but also laced with anger on behalf of the letter carriers who tell us tonight that their higher ups within the u.s. postal service were negligent in keeping them safe. tyson barnett's killing is an example on how dangerous their jobs really are. >> anybody could walk up in
CBS
Nov 26, 2013 11:00pm EST
, and a ton of moisture down to the south and the west of us. it is now entering south carolina. the heavier rain through the metro area overnight. temperatures are going up. as we actually have a wide range of temperatures. but for the most part, you can see the yellows. that's your heaviest rain. the one band is going on through. we have plenty more to the south of us. a yellow alert for tom and all kinds of rain -- for tomorrow with all kinds of rains. look at the temperatures. 43 in hagerstown as it is 58. a tough forecast to give you a low. and essentially they will rise overnight and then fall again late tomorrow. we still have a few advisories, a winter weather advisory on out to the north. but more concerned with the heavier rain tonight and snow showers tomorrow. by 7:30 in the morning, trying to get to work and heavier rains across the entire metro area. either side of 95 back to leesburg. by 11:00, still some rain across most of the metro area as we will come back and we'll talk about the prospects of that rain tunning to snow before -- turning to snow before ending. >>> are you e
CBS
Nov 29, 2013 11:00pm EST
that broke out. >>> we'll get to all of that. the investigation into the murder of a u.s. postal service mail man is intensifying. they are looking for answers as to why this 26-year-old male carrier was gunned down. one week later, no arrests heavy been made. we have more. >> reporter: authorities have been out passing out fliers like this one offering a cash reward detailing what happened. they'll be back here tomorrow canvassing the neighborhood and going house to house and door to door trying to gather more information that might help them solve the murder. the police and the u.s. postal service had this mail man, and it's been a week and no arrests have been made. >> reporter: has it affected the way you live? >> no. >> reporter: other neighbors we spoke with are not quite as calm saying the random murder and the fact that no arrests have been made have put them on edge. other mail carriers are also concerned. upon learning about the murder, one member of the letter carriers union said, quote, this was always my concern, and this week they shadowed the mail man who took over the rou
CBS
Nov 27, 2013 11:00pm EST
news is the big storm is just about to exit the continental u.s. some lake effect snow showers are firing up. if you've got folks trying to get in late tonight or tomorrow morning maybe from the northeast, the drive will be fine. we had a couple snowflakes earlier today. couple of snow showers this afternoon. now everything has move off to the south and the east. we're looking at clearing skies and it's getting cold. 27 in gaithersburg. 30 in leesburg. 28 in manassas. 32 downtown. we'll come back. we'll add wind to this, talk about wind chills, talk about the prospect of the macy's day parade, and what about return weather for travel? we'll talk about that as well. >>> wet weather also making for rough road conditions tonight. >> you combine that with the typical increase in holiday weekend drinking and driving and that could add up to disastrous outcomes. >> we spent the evening with montgomery county police who are cracking down. >> this is one of the holiday weekends where drinking and driving seems to spike. police say it is the busiest night for drinking and driving of the
CBS
Nov 23, 2013 11:00pm EST
johnson. thanks for joining us this saturday night. temperatures dropping, snow falling across the region tonight. just how cold is it going to be and what with the snow -- what about the snow? let's go to erica grow. >>> the good news the know is not going to accumulate anywhere near the d.c. metro area but we do have a few flakes falling you can see on our radar loom. there they are in blue. you can see a little bit of blue near charlottesville indicating some rain showers. but the snow flurries are indicated in blue there. as i mentioned before, no accumulating snow for us in the d.c. metro area. i saw the flurries, though, as i was heading wack in after i had dinner this evening. 35 degrees is your current temperature in d.c. 32 restton, germantown, reston. when you factor in the winds is when we really start to feel it. it's 20 with the windchill in leesburg. 21 in manassas. 32 in bethesda. that's not terrible but 27 with the windchill in laytonsville right now. as you're waking up tomorrow morning -- that says friday. that's not the right stuff. we're going to look at temperatures d
CBS
Nov 22, 2013 11:00pm EST
protect a prisoner? >> soldiers at the gravesite 50 years ago did the same today outside the u.s. embassy in dublin. >> you have a general salute first involves the movement of the hands eloquently and slowly and then over the head go down at the same time like that. >> and caroline kennedy, the only living member of the famous first family, stayed out of the public eye in ton. kyo >>> so then what really happened 50 years ago? did lee harvey oswald really act alone? >> more than half of americans still believe someone else was involved including a bethesda lawyer who may have engaged in more legal skirmishes over the assassination than anyone. >> reporter: mark zade has spent the last 25 years -- >> did you shoot the president? >> i didn't shoot anybody, no, sir of. >> reporter: suing the government to release more assassination documents. >> this is jack ruby's 1963 address book. >> reporter: but also suing publishers for their bizarre theories. >> there's no oswald under o. >> reporter: one of the strangest ideas, that after hearing the first shot it was a secret service agent who
CBS
Nov 28, 2013 11:00pm EST
milverton refers to in his ledger as henry eight. that's great, but it still doesn't tell us the real name. nope. but it did help me find photographs of the plaintiffs in two of the nuisance suits. one appeared in a queen's newspaper regarding the complaint of an ethan varner against a tanning salon whose beds could not accommodate his prodigious girth. four years ago, the rotund stuart bloom sued a cineplex in dover, delaware for excessively small seats. he received a $50,000 payoff. it's the same man. stuart bloom does not match the pattern. does not. because i believe it was his first lawsuit. you think that's his real name? abraham zelner may not have a dmv record, but stuart bloom most certainly does. he lives in staten island. (metallic clicking) (door creaks open) holmes: mr. bloom. it's so dark in here. what is it? it's car litter. i don't think this was put down for cats. i think it was put down to absorb odors. (coughs) very strong odors. (watson coughs) laila: like this? yeah, like that. .and like the discoveries at st. jude children's research hospital, our research helps save
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